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[audio]Lebkowsky, Greene, Levin, Seiger and Doctorow - Advocacy As Application [DigiDemo2004] - Lebkowsky, Greene, Levin, Seiger and Doctorow
If we think of democracy as a social/political operating system, advocacy is a key source of "application development," where advocacy groups and processes may be seen as the applications. The Internet can also be seen as an operating system where innovative applications support interactivity and social network development. Currently we see an explosion of activity as the synergy of the two systems is increasingly obvious as campaigns focused on candidates and issues of the day successfully form...
Keywords: Digital Democracy 2004; Conference Proceedings
Downloads: 1,828
[audio]Heiferman and Seiger - [DigiDemo 2004] - Heiferman and Seiger
Strategists from the Dean campaign note that Meetup and other tools for "on the ground" organizing have been even more important to their success than blogging. Scott Heiferman, founder of, will explain how meetup works, and how it can be used to set up face-to-face meetings for your own local volunteers. Jonah Seiger is Visitng Fellow, Institute for Politics, Democracy & the Internet at George Washington University...
Keywords: Digital Democracy 2004; Conference Proceedings
Downloads: 253
[audio]Joe Trippi Q&A w/Ed Cone [DigiDemo 2004] - Joe Trippi, Ed Cone
This is the question-and-answer session that followed Joe Trippi's keynote presentation. Ed Cone, senior writer for Ziff-Davis' Baseline, moderates. [recorded live at the O'Reilly Digital Democracy Teach-In] Recorded at the O'Reilly Digital Democracy Teach-In held in San Diego, California, February 9, 2004. Recording courtesy of O'Reilly & Associates and IT Conversations. A complete transcript of this and other sessions is available on the IT Conversations web site.
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
Downloads: 230
[audio]Gillmor, Jarvis and Rosen - Gatekeepers No More? [DigiDemo 2004] - Gillmor, Jarvis and Rosen
[Full title: Gatekeepers No More? The Grassroots Challenges the Journalistic Priesthood] Professional journalists have been the chief gatekeepers of news about political campaigns and governmental operations. That's changing, fast, as the Internet and other technical tools open up a variety of avenues for other participants in the information process. Campaign blogs are only one such avenue.'s invitation to the public to come up with anti-Bush advertisements showed the way toward a de...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
Downloads: 1,274
[audio]Windley, Chapman and Stotesbury - Electronic Voting [DigiDemo2004] - Windley, Chapman and Stotesbury
[Full title: Electronic Voting and Transparency] The vote counting problems of the election in 2000 created much interest in improved voting systems. The natural inclination of many technologists would be to apply computer technology to the problem, but whether this can be done in a reliable and trustworthy way is a controversial subject. Many respected computer scientists don't think it can be done at all...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
Downloads: 262
[audio]Searls, Barrett, Ratcliffe and Suitt - Effective Political Blogging [DigiDemo 2004] - Searls, Barrett, Ratcliffe and Suitt
Blogging is the voice of the revolution. Unscripted, bottom up -- blogging lets people on the ground tell their own stories -- while syndication technology gives wide readership and lets news and insights bubble up to the top. This session will teach participants the essentials of successful blogging. What works. What doesn't. How to track the conversation flow and measure the impact of your own contributions using tools like feedster, technorati, blogdex and daypop...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
Downloads: 529
[audio]Wes Boyd - [DigiDemo 2004] - Wes Boyd
[Full title: MoveOn: Bringing Ordinary People Back into Politics] In five short years, MoveOn.Org has become one of the largest and most effective advocacy organizations in the world, with more than two million members and a unique bottom-up style that allows the members to set the organization's priorities. MoveOn is working to bring ordinary people back into politics. With a system that today revolves around big money and big media, most citizens are left out...
Keywords: Conference Proceedings; Digital Democracy 2004
Downloads: 278
[audio]Joe Trippi - Down from the Mountain [DigiDemo 2004] - Joe Trippi
Joe Trippi, the man whose ground-breaking use of Internet-based campaigning propelled Howard Dean from obscurity to early front-runner, takes Teach-In participants inside the campaign's unconventional experiment in Internet politics, and looks at both victories and lessons learned. The other candidates are rushing to emulate Trippi's Internet strategy--as Wired News declared, "Internet politics is dead...
Keywords: Digital Democracy 2004; Conference Proceedings
Downloads: 1,975
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